⚠️Take these results with a grain of salt. If your LSAT score and GPA are both below a school's medians, that school is probably a reach. See also What Affects Your Chances of Getting Into Law School?

Law School Admissions Predictor







Disclaimer: Admissions outcomes are based on numerous factors including your background, the strength of your essays, and the current needs of each school. This tool is only meant to give you an idea of where you stand. Your mileage may vary.
Instructions

Use your highest LSAT score and your cumulative undergraduate GPA according to LSAC*. Select the month you expect to apply. You can use the filter box to search for a school, click a column heading to sort your results, or hover over your estimated chances to see a tooltip of your admission probabilities by month.

If you haven’t yet submitted your transcripts to LSAC, use your cumulative GPA according to your undergraduate institution or estimate your LSAC GPA.

*To find your cumulative GPA, log into LSAC, then click this link: https://os.lsac.org/Apply/Transcripts/AcademicSummary.aspx. Scroll to the bottom of your Academic Summary, where you’ll find a section labeled “SUMMARY,” and read your “Cumulative GPA.”

Warning

Our data is self-reported and may be biased. We recommend that you use our predictions as one reference point, not the final word.

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